You Catch My Drift? Changes in Nonprofit Organizations

  Nonprofit organizations are not static, stagnant organizations. They grow and change over time (and that's usually a good thing!). What happens when you grow a little past the original vision for the nonprofit organization?...

“I Have a Nonprofit” Problems

Common problems faced by nonprofits may not feel "common." In the nonprofit world, you see "501(c)(3)" all over the place. But what does that really mean (or not mean)? In this episode, Meghan and I...

Nonprofit Q&A: The Unpaid “Employees” Edition

  Charles McDonald, Executive Director of Community Engagement Partners, joins us for another round of listener questions! If you lose your IRS tax exempt status, can you just switch to a for-profit? Or, how open...

Nonprofit Q&A: Charity or Robbery?

  Lots of people assume that folks who work in nonprofits have good intentions. While that's true most of the time, there are people who want to scam the system in EVERY industry. Our intern...

THIS can hurt your chances at property tax exemption

In my home state of Minnesota, nonprofits can apply for property tax exemption if they use their real estate for mission delivery. Usually this is a faceless process, the nonprofit applies on paper and has...

6 Ways to Lose Your 501(c)(3) IRS Tax-Exempt Status (Without Really Trying)

It’s easy for a 501(c)(3) organization to maintain its IRS tax-exempt status – and can it be just as easy to lose it. the IRS recognizes private foundations, churches, educational institutions, hospitals, and many other types...

Birken Law Office – Law firm serving nonprofits organizations, and foundations – Birken Law

Birken Law Office – Law firm serving nonprofits organizations, and foundations – Birken Law
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